Designed for small and medium sized enterprises, our hosting allows you to run your own Openfire-based real-time communications platform with ease!

Open Fire Hosting

Our Services

We offer you various services for your Openfire hosting

Pay for usage

Pricing is based on a maximum amount of clients that can be online at the same time. For a fixed price, the amount of user accounts that you can register is virtually unlimited!

Wide range of clients

A wide range of third party clients can be used, including clients that are suitable for desktops as well as clients for mobile phones.

Dedicated domain

The Openfire server that you'll use is reserved for you, and you alone.



Communication between chat clients and the Openfire server is secured by up-to-date encryption.

Free web client

As part of the hosted service, the third-party Converse.js web client will be provided to all of your users.

Custom integration on demand!

Our hosting is performed by some of the lead developers of the Openfire project. We'd be happy to discuss possiblities to integrate the hosting into your specific business, as you see fit!

Choose the Perfect Plan for you

The price for your hosted instance of Openfire is based on the maximum amount of clients that can be online at the same time, not the amount of users that you register. This means that you can create user accounts for anyone in your business, without having to worry about costs!



For the individuals

20 Concurrent Users

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For the small Company

100 Concurrent Users

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For the large Company

1000 Concurrent Users

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Registered accounts vs. concurrently online clients

A registered account typically relates to a specific person, and is identified by a username and password. With an account, you can log in to a chat client that allows you to communicate with others. Each account can be used to log in to various clients at the same time. You can, for example, use the same account to log into a client on your laptop, as well as on your phone. In this example, you have one registered account, and two concurrently online clients (laptop & phone).

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